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Pastel pinks wedding at Corinthia Hotel

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We love learning all about the world's many cultures when it comes to marriage. Each wedding is such a personal day and we are honoured to be a part of that and help in any way we can.

For our beautiful bride, her traditional sake ceremony was an important part of her day and the cherry blossom plays a significant role in Japanese culture. Despite not being in season, we knew the importance and so created two, stunning large silk blossom urns to frame either side of the couple during their romantic ceremony. 

Down the aisle, we placed several slim trumpet vases filled with soft pinks and lilac on perspex plinths. Sweet avalanche and white roses, moody blue roses, baby pink hydrangea and dahlias complemented the purple tones of the venue. 

Into the wedding breakfast, we created low glass stem bowls full of soft lilacs and pretty pinks. Softly draping eucalyptus, pink and purple roses, and the most delicate pom-pom dahlias in a gradient of pink to white - stunning natural beauty.

The oriental touches continued with Japanese fans and the cutest origami cranes as favours and place name holders on the tables. The top table was adorned with a large floral runner across the front using the same flower mix as the wedding. 

A huge thank you to all the team, to Helen Warner for lovely photos and the Corinthia London. x 

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